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    November 15, 2012
    6:00 - 9:00am PST  

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>> hello tv land. okay, jacki schechner, i have a confession bff. i'm addicted to this whole petraeus scandal. [ world news music ] >> i thought i knew all the latest. >> i was excited when they revealed the name of the fbi agent involved. >> whose that? >> his name is fred something. >> he's a bald gentlemen. >> the shirtless? >> yes. >> they say it was a joke. when you send family photos between families, who knows. >> sure. >> because everything in this scandal makes a tremendous
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amount of sense. >> jill kelley, she tried to negotiate a $80 million south korean coal deal and asked for an $80 million fee. it fell apart at that incident. >> i don't see the problem. >> perhaps you didn't see my diplomatic immunity card. jacki schechner. >> good morning. president obama is going to travel to new york for the day to assess the damage, thank first responders and follow up with victims of the aftermath of the super storm sandy. and then he's going to watch the movie "lincoln." it's a nice break between press conference and meeting with business leaders in the white
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house, and then the meetings with the budget with leaders. >> obama: when it comes to the top 2% what i'm not going to do is to extend further a tax cut for folks who don't need it, which would cost close to 1 trillion-dollar. >> senators rockefeller and harkin are passing around a letter opening to get 30 sittings. they want negotiations for every $1 out they have a $1 in. it would hold the president strong to medicare medicaid and social security. what they call lifelines to the middle class. david de will testify tomorrow behind closed doors in front of
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the intelligence committee. we're back after the break. this corruption based on corruption based on corruption. >>i think that's an understatement, eliot. u>> i'm not prone tot. understatement, so explain to me why that is. i think the mob learned from wall st., not vice versa.
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[ ♪ theme music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: i'm here. everybody settle, settle. we don't rehearse. we're going to say funny things in a second. [ laughing ] six minutes after the hour, 1-800-steph-12 toll-free from anywhere. we're going to have to have jacki in because this gets
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betterrer and betterrer. this is the gossipy girl in me comes out. this is spectacular. this is from the l.a. times. jill kelley, who may be my new favorite. she's one of the hot twins. i don't know, the center of this whole thing the unpaid social liaison. [ bell ] hello. this is a card that says she has diplomatic immuneity honorary diplomatic immunity. >> stephanie: i'm the ambassador of the land of delusions, what do you think of me now? jill kelley tried to negotiate a south korean coal deal that fell through when she asked for $80 million. >> and she was told the fee was $1 million.
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>> this is my invoice. >> $800 million. did i say million i meant billion. >> stephanie: i'm suppose to invoice current for a couple of things. i'm going to try that. here is my invoice. >> you're going to be the $80 million light fixture. >> stephanie: we'll see if that slips through. oh god. then we'll get to the whole gawker thing. they did a pretty good synopsis. petraeus' pal jill kelley loaned $8,000 to her quote/unquote unstable sister. >> wouldn't they be equally unstable. >> stephanie: gawker will get to this. we got to get to right-wing world, which i'm in. >> you're a part of right-wing world. >> stephanie: this is exciting and we have a great beaver bite. >> what? >> stephanie: a beaver sound byte.
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involved with a pair of twin lebanese sisters and loaned six figure sums to family members while defaulting on her own department payments. she was described to the judge as unstable. the dc kardashians. >> no wonder she needed $80 million. she needed to recoupe a lot of money. do you know how much money i lost on that--never mind that. >> stephanie: this is too much fun. i started to get the e-mails i'm, liker my friend sean hannity must have said something nice to me. [ juan music ] did i say something about left wing hate speech. >> yeah failed talk show host brian mull rooney. >> stephanie: eric burns
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co-founder of bullfight strategies. good morning eric. >> i feel for you but stephanie, i got to tell you, as you know i'm stuck with carl and right-wing world all the time. we live in this strange land. i'm really troubled, i'm really questioning the adjustment of bobby jindel after attacking mitt romney. what he said was all fun and good, but have these guys not figured out that the republican base--they don't like a person of color telling them what to do? >> stephanie: exactly. yeah we're going get to all that later. so much to talk about and we thought all the news was over after the election. mitt romney, wow wow if you thought he was a douche during the campaign, this tells you when he tried to take back the 47% commend comment he didn't mean it. he double downed it there is no
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difference between the presidential candidate and rush limbaugh. >> when you have bobby jindel saying hey, mitt romney, stop dividing america that's a problem. >> caller: the 2004, 2006 state of the union response where he was kenneth the page in "the office," he thought he had it in him. >> stephanie: in the immortal words of chris matthews. >> oh god. >> stephanie: that's very close to oh sweet jesus. >> caller: almost an oh sweet jesus moment. [ sound bytemoment. >> sound byte: oh sweet jesus. >> stephanie: so sore losser unclassy. no one is getting free
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healthcare. what? >> and all the while president obama reached out to mitt romney saying hey he might have great experience we could draw upon. >> stephanie: yeah. >> and since when has winning presidential candidate ever said that. it was so gracious and classy. >> caller: but the concern is romney looks so stupid he would make obama stupid. really? you want to bring this guy to the white house now? >> stephanie: let's delve in the right wing, after having failed at their campaign and tried to convince america that the president is an eightful, angry man, "hate radio" starting me. >> pull back the curtain on liberal radio let's go to stephanie miller.
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>> that's the problem jon, it's not just one guy. they become the rapey party. he's like a whore in church, he was trying to sound like a weird hyper hippy like peace love and friendship. >> rapey slutty whore in church. i think conservative has had this wrong for a long time. what they've said sean, we can ignore these guys, they don't have any ratings. no one is listening. they've been able to get their message out a lot more than we ever thought and election day shows that. these people made a major major mistake. forget their ratings. what they say end up on shows etc. and there's no reason to disregard this and say they don't have enough people
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listening. >> eric: this has to be a boring smear website. >> stephanie: ibetter start shutting those left wing website down. i think people have started to notice the election results. >> eric: finally you mean this morning they're starting to notice? >> stephanie: by the way jim said i should try a different analogy next people. >> like a sweating bean being interrogated by-- >> stephanie: by my father. mitt romney didn't it come out that he was sweaty in that one debate. >> eric: he was a sweaty s.o.b.
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>> i said he was as sweaty as a whore this church. i didn't say he was a whore. thank you, sean appreciate the plug. let's move on. bill o'reilly and jesse waters. >> his supporters really don't know much. they're zombies and they hear these talking points about a balanced approach. as long as there is obama-care, gay marriage and abortion on demand they're going to supposed the guy no matter what. >> yeah, so what, dude. >> stephanie: right. >> i know, right? >> stephanie: it's the left wing zombie apocalypse. >> did he actually order a pizza to the show? >> mr. hand. [ laughing ] >> stephanie: you can count on glenn beck for a conspiracy
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theory. >> let's start with the sex scandal. this was a setup. this jill character, there is something wrong with her. she is $2 million in debt. she's in and out of court all the time. pressure point. same with the general, general petraeus. that's what the left used to call him. now he was put up to head up the c.i.a. really? of course, they have a pressure point, and now he's being discredited. this whole scandal is doing what? how is your opinion of the military? the last standing institution in america. >> so obama is using jill kelley to bring down the military. >> stephanie: he's trying to down size america. >> he was hanging out with angela lance bury when as glenn beck has shown us in previous chalkboard lessons.
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>> benghazi sounds like nazi. >> see, it's so clear. >> stephanie: here is a little hate radio fun fact for you. in my san francisco station? they replaced me with glenn glenn beck beck. >> eric: i thought we got rid of glenn beck. this guy was gone, down the toilet. but you know-- >> stephanie: apparently people don't want to listen to that as entertaining as that was as apparently the president controls everything including general petraeus' penis. [ buzzer ] >> they went off the deepened yesterday. >> stephanie: okey-dokey, eric you just state there as we come back with more right-wing world. kid, go go to my pc.com. when i get in right-wing world i get as giddy as a school girl
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and we have to have a meeting about it, or we go to my pc to alert me of things. we lie on pc, and you should, too. it keeps you connected to your business no matter where you are. i almost instantly--when a right winger says something bad about me, i know about it instantly. i can send any file from anywhere. now your work computer will be with you anywhere whether you're traveling or on the go, whether you forget to class it as classified or not. >> yes, when you sent out 20 to 30,000 e-mails. >> stephanie: right. check this out. go to my pc free with a special 45-day free trial for my listeners. download the mobile app and then
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[ music ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> stephanie: mm-hmm, well thank you. 23 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the toll free number from anywhere. eric burns joins us from right-wing world.
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i'm still stewing over my sean hannity thing. i'm laughing over it because he said i called them the rapey republican party and guess why they lost the women's vote us because they're the rapey party. they're rapey republicans. >> just because you said it doesn't mean it's true. >> stephanie: because when i comment on somebody talking about rape, that's me talking about hate radio. >> that's how it works. i really think today if you think about it why get trounced by obama in 2012 when you can keep running against john kerry in 2004. it's all over fox this morning. they know how it ends. it's like old biff getting into the "back to the future" car.
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it's something else, man. >> stephanie: yes, they're literally running the old swift vote as against john kerry because he's rumored to be secretary of defense. >> eric: yes mccain wants watergate hearings and the majority looking for robo calls and impeachment. >> stephanie: they are holding a press conference because of their old pull john mccain and said hearings are not required because he went to the briefing to find out what the truth is rather than grandstanding like the increasingly bitter elf john mccain. >> they had sources sources in the testimony that petraeus game gave in september 14th. he said don't want the center line or do you want the truth.
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to some it looks like he was going along this was in interest of the national security or was he being blackmailed to toe the line. >> stephanie: some said this to petraeus at some point. >> yes, and then blackmail. >> stephanie: yes, clearly. wow. do we have any idea when he's testifying? >> we do not yet. >> stephanie: we'll find out. >> america voted for it. this is what you got. the great thing about leftism is that their success is based on tricky people who isn't leftism. they're locking up areas that contain 1.5 trillion barrels of recoverable oil. we should look up the golf courses if we can't drill then obama can't drive. >> those barrels of oil they're locked up in the hidden fema
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trailers. >> it's so obvious now. >> eric: talk about projections. >> stephanie: this is the president who did whatever he ran on pretty much. his second term is going to be wow. >> it's shaping up in the week. we're just into week two and you know, it's shaping up to be brutal. you know i think that they've turned back on the full engines. so with-- >> stephanie: already, he's being tricky. he's trying to do what he ran on which is the rich pay a little bit more. see how he is, something he never brought up before. bill o'reilly to finish. >> do the atheists in wisconsin realize they're going to hell. did you mention that? it's christmas maybe we could
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bring it up in january. >> stephanie: he's talking generally about the atheists in wisconsin. >> we expect those people to be communing with satan up there in madison, wisconsin. >> stephanie: yes, all right that was a raucous right-wing world. >> welcome to america everybody. >> exactly. >> stephanie: wow. >> you picked a hell of a day to join us on right-wing world. >> eric:it waseric:: it was my pleasure, my song. are you going to play my song. >> stephanie: do we have a jingle for you? >> eric: i only get it when we come to the studio. >> stephanie: i'll have to look through the archives. we apologize mr. burns. i don't think we have a jingle. >> we could be wrong. >> stephanie: more importantly britain, this is very exciting, since we're back to beaver stack
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nonsense. the great beaver sound byte entered the most amazing things to ever were uttered from their lips. >> this beaver would have a big enough bite to remove a rather large section of my bone. >> stephanie: you were right. i don't care how long you had to wait to get that. thank you britain. >> that was steve erwin. >> that was steve erwin. >> cenk: we'll be right back on "the stephanie miller show"." [ music ] governor tomorrow night. she is awesome. we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show."
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this is just temporary. like lesbianism at women's colleges. [ laughing ] >> stephanie: this is the >> sound byte.: while everyone else was out living their lives i was watching tv because i knew it would save the world. >> stephanie: this is stephanie miller 1-800-steph-12 the phone number toll-free from where every. carol from dubois. >> caller: mitt romney when he makes speech, current tv has a wonderful documentary on the
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koch brothers and everybody much watch this. it's so good, and it shows how then tentacles reach out even to school boards. they're targeting the south. they're against medicare and they are for segregation. >> stephanie: let's take a moment to chuckle warmly over how much money they lost in this election cycle. >> caller: but they're starting already for the next election in congress. we have to get those people out of congress. >> cenk: i agree. >> caller: they have money everywhere. and they're everywhere. they're everywhere. >> stephanie: yep. what are we going to do? obviously it didn't work in this cycle. with citizens united that makes it more stunning it gives me hope. we learn that out here. we said that before with linda mcmahon, they certainly learned with mitt romney. i loved the call to donors, we
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have to get our plan together so we can pick a nominee next time which next time won't be me. that must have well disappointed really, mitt. >> buck up, fella. >> stephanie: say it was me. romney, romney. >> romney-ryan. >> sound byte. sound byte: oh, sweet jesus. >> yes that was the high point. >> stephanie: the words of the immortal steve erwin. >> this beaver would have a big enough bite to remove a rather large section of my bone. >> stephanie: now to the general petraeus sex scandal. >> we have no information that the large part of his bone.
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>> stephanie: no. that is the greatest audio beaver ever. it's stunning in its implicit. even the headlines were fun. a single spiteful e-mail unlocks pandora's box. [ laughing ] >> stephanie: it started in may when general allen told him he was troubleshewas trouble and he needed to stay away from her. allen thought it was a joke because he didn't know that everybody knew about his friend social light light jill kelley.
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the fbi traced the e-mail and others to paula broadwell. i just even love the way these stories are written. petraeus' biographer which agents would soon learn was petraeus' lover. lover. so all right. [ world news music ] david petraeus has agreed to testify during a closed door session of congress to answer questions about benghazi, but he would also likely be asked about these new revelations that his lova-lova. >> his thing. >> his boo. >> stephanie: i hope someone uses those terms in the congressional hearing. now general, your thang. >> your boo. >> stephanie: paula, is accused of storing classified material at her home like a squirrel with nuts storing it for the winter.
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i really don't know. my bff is here to hang over the back fence. grab your coffee. >> gossip. >> stephanie: oh, my god. we've been reviewing everything we know. my personal favorite with the l.a. times reporting this morning that jill kelley with her fancy card she made at at kinko's that says she's an honorary something or other. >> i heard yesterday there were multiple 911 calls. this is not the only time she has tried to pull that. >> stephanie: oh my. we use that in hollywood like b-celebrity douches. >> we know a few of those. >> stephanie: she tried to negotiate a south korean coal deal, as you do. jacki was doing that just this morning before the newscast. and it fell apart when she asked
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for $80 million fee. >> did i say that? i meant $800 million. >> stephanie: did she request any sharks? >> i have one simple request that is to have sharks with frickin' laser beams attached to their heads. >> stephanie: jacki, she took documents from secured government buildings. why would one take classified materials one wonders. >> i don't know, because housewives are in reruns. >> stephanie: now they're trying to determine if they should charge her with a crime. as an officer in the reserves she had clearance to review them. and david petraeus said they didn't come from him. >> she had clearance to review them but not to take them home. maybe she took them home for
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light reading. >> stephanie: let's see, "vanity fair"--classified material--how did that get in here? >> she is a military officer and she did have clearance for some of that sort of thing. >> stephanie: mm-hmm. >> the question is where did they come from, and how did they get into her possession. >> stephanie: now they're reviewing to see how important the classified material is. there could be disciplinary action which sounds hot rather than pursue charges. she would like that. >> you think she's nurse diesel from "high angle anxiety"." >> as they talk about conspiracy theories and who is this jill kelley and why is this all happening, i heard outrageous speculation, but my gut instinct is that she's an attractive woman living close to a military base who is using that sort of feminine wile sway to get access
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to these men. i hate to dumb it down to that level, but-- >> stephanie: jacki, listen, i have stories about fleet week when i lived in new york that i wouldn't want to get out. >> it sound like she's throwing fancy parties. she's curve curvevacious woman and these top military men fell for whatever they felt for. >> and from what i under she is a social climber of the highest order. jackie will get this reference but she's the brandy. >> i like brandy. >> stephanie: would you like more fun facts? this--i just this could not get
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better. gawker said jill kelley loaned $800,000 to her unstable sister. according to the court unstable. >> petraeus and allen wrote letters of recommendation on the sister's behalf for a custody battle and she lost. >> stephanie: i'm getting to that hang on. >> sorry so much and so little time. >> stephanie: refill your coffee. jill kelley who went to the feds about harassing e-mails who turned out from paula broadwell. is a bankrupt lawyer who the judge has called unstable and who with her sister really took petraeus' wife on shopping trips. >> but more importantly, how is this obama's fault. >> stephanie: it is. they're facing foreclosures on
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two investments as well as a lawsuit to an unpaid credit card debt. >> this is in addition to the charity. >> stephanie: we're getting there. the kelley's ran a charity devoted to cancer patients and used the money on parties travel. >> as do you. >> stephanie: and by all accounts their personal and professional lives are a mess. hot mess. she filed for bankruptcy claiming $3.6 million in debt and among among the debts $800,000 in personal loans who are also in personal bankruptcy. >> and we wonder why she asked for $80 million. >> stephanie: she's involved in a lawsuit against a lawyer she
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worked for for unpaid compensation. if you would just give me $80 million. a lengthy history of abuseing the legal process and saying anything under oath to advance her own interest. this is so dynasty. >> and needed fur. >> in tampa. >> like it's the tundra. >> i had to help jacki unpack all of her furs. >> that's what i'm going to wear to your soireé. >> stephanie: she called natalie, her city unstable. once dated charlie crist.
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>> what did you say? >> that will mess you up. [ laughing ] >> stephanie: it's all his fault. he's what? huh? >> he just likes to cuddle. [ laughing ] >> stephanie: am i not attractive? >> how many ways can we insinuate what we're trying to say. >> stephanie: you know what would make me feel better after all that? $80 million. she must be crushed. what? oh jacki schechner this was too much fun. please alert me immediately if new details come in. >> now i'm going to focus on other news. >> stephanie: see you in a minute. >> bye. >> stephanie: miss you already. 46 minutes after the hour. on "the stephanie miller show."
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show," welcome to it. 51 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number toll-free from anywhere. joe from arizona.
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>> caller: good morning. i enjoy your show. you guys are awesome. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: you know these republicans pledge their allegiance to norquist instead of the united states and the job they took. i think they he should pick up their paycheck instead of us taxpayer as soon as that is the best analysis we have heard since the election. romney lost because he was called a poopy head. >> that worked so well in the nixon at the baits. mr. nixon is a poopy head. you do not want a poopy head in the white house. >> and they say we engage in hate speech. >> stephanie: barbara, you're on "the stephanie miller show"," hi barbara. >> caller: i'm sorry, i was watching the show. >> stephanie: stop watching me and talk to me.
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go ahead. >> caller: i just wanted to say that i was on the murphy campaign here in florida. >> stephanie: good for you. >> caller: i was one of the volunteers. it was funny. i came home from after a day of working there and i get a phone call from apparently the allen west campaign headquarters, but i didn't know when i picked up the phone, but it didn't matter. i'm proud to say who i'm voting for and all three of my guys won, obama nelson and murphy. she said, are you going to vote for allen west? i said well since i'll i'll never be invited to be in the he-man woman-hater club, i'll go for murphy. >> stephanie: i'm guessing this conversation is going on all over the country.
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some hopeful staffer is hoping to get the right answer--no. the president's press conference yesterday--can i say how many people e-mailed me to say it was a president moment. randy rose pointed it out and then rachel pointed out when he was defending susan rice, yeah, saying. >> it was good. [applause] >> stephanie: you don't go after her, she's way out of your league. you have to come after me, bob--i forget his name. bob whatever. the president at his press conference. >> obama: she made the appearance at the request of the white house in which she gave her best understanding of the intelligence that had been provided to her. if senator mccain and senator
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graham and others want to go after somebody, they should go after me. i'm happy to have that discussion with them. but for them to go after the u.n. ambassador who had nothing to do with benghazi and was simply making a presentation based on intelligence she had received, and to besmirch her reputation is outrageous. >> stephanie: i'm telling you he's a fan of american president president. >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> he did mention eating sand. >> stephanie: that's real leadership. that's not sand. >> sound bite: people want leadership mr. president genuine leadership. they'll listen to anyone who steps up to the microphone. they're so thirsty for it. they'll crawl through the desert like a mirage. >> cenk: youmirage.
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>> stephanie: you guys know how this ends. >> they drink the sand because they don't know the difference. >> stephanie: way out of your league bob--what is his last name. >> i've never seen the movie bob woodward? >> you're fired. >> stephanie: bob rumsford, and i'm running for president. >> mr. president, you're going to need a bigger boat. >> when it comes to rob reiner movies, i prefer misery. >> stephanie: they're all spectacular. okay yeah, john mccain,tive say, i don't know whether there is something about leaving office that you can do the right thing. joe lieberman, he went to the classified briefing yesterday which is what david axelrod said instead of holding a press conference and he found out what is going on and knows that susan rice is what the president just said. here is grumpy mcbitter. >> we'll do whatever is necessary to block the nomination that is within our
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power as far as susan rice is concerned. >> stephanie: he's just so bitter. >> nasty old man. >> stephanie: bitter party of one. john mccain again. >> he said quote pick on his ambassador to the. theunited nations to quote, pick on him. that statement is really remarkable in that if the president thinks that we're picking on people, he really does not have any idea of how serious this issue is. i'm the united states senator. we have our obligations. we have our duties representing the people that sent us here. we're not picking on anybody. i doubt if the families of these brave americans who were murdered would believe that we are, quote picking on anyone
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than when we are trying to find out the facts. the american people deserve to know the facts. >> stephanie: okay, first of all, the president said it best. she's the u.n. ambassador. she had nothing to do with benghazi. she was going on tv to update people on the intelligence she had at the time. >> we want political gain from this playing game--oh, i said the truth by accident. i wasn't supposed to say that part. darn it. who moved my gs. >> stephanie: 57 minutes after the hour. we'll be right back on "the stephanie miller show." [ ♪ music ♪ ] governor tomorrow night. she is awesome. we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show."
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: hello tv world. representative paul tonko coming up on this hour. jacki, do you have any more tasty nuggets for me. >> nothing new has come through yet, but you were talking earlier about mccain going after the u.n. ambassador. this is the man who brought us sarah palin. >> stephanie: this is your judgment in female leadership. >> when it comes to national security. >> stephanie: i think that swayed a lot of people, that dooky picture of sarah palin. he had a choice between me and mitt romney, and he chose me. think about it. i mean he's totally picking on
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her, don't you think? >> i don't understand why he's doing this grumpy old man routine and making her the target. it's a weird fight to pick. he's angry bitter and going after the president any way he can, but this is so far-fetched. rice is not responsible for this in any capacity. >> maybe he can't make it stick to the president. >> this is scraping the bottom of the barrel in trying to blame somebody. >> stephanie: not the bottomment barrel but cream of the crop jacki schechner. >> oil bp has instruct a deal with the justice department over the oil spill of 2010. according to nprbp will plead guilty to criminal misconduct and pay the largest ever penalty in a criminal case. it will be definitely more than $1 billion. the deep water horizon rig
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exploded killing 11 people and kicking off one of the most incredible environmental catastrophes in history. reports indicate two people may face manslaughter charge over those deaths so far. only one person has been charged in criminal conduct former bp engineer who has been charged with obstruction of justice by deleting e-mail that indicated how much oil was spilling out that have well. this is actually not the end of the matter. bp still could face federal several claims and claims for damages to the environment. there is also other news that the republican war on women continues in ohio as a bill has passed the health committee that would defund planned parenthood. the federal hundred dollars it gets now would be deprioritized. it has passed the committee and now goes to the full house and it is at risk because that's
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controlled by republicans. the war on women rages on. we have more after the break. trickle down does not work. in romney's world, cars get the elevator and the workers get the shaft. that is a whole bunch of bunk. the powerful may steal an election, but they can't steal democracy.
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>> is this the bloomingdale one. >> stephanie: okay, who knew? can i have some scandal music please. leave it to a co-ed who voted for reagan. [ ♪ music ♪ ] not to remember nancy reagan's best friend nancy bloomingdale. i read all the details. her hubby was caught up with, umunseemly goings on, and it led to a divorce and vickie morgan was much hotter than even of these cheap brass hearts, but she came to a bad end in an apartment that it was murder. murder. [ mysterious music ] but nancy bloomingdale was nancy's best friend, and albert bloomingdale, it was that whole thing.
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>> hum. >> stephanie: we think that our sex scandals are better. >> she's claiming the knife went in her back nine or ten times. >> stephanie: apparently she bludgeoned herself with a baseball bat nine or ten times. >> as you do. >> stephanie: the same thing that will happen to karl rove if he's not careful. right, after going to "rocky mountain picture show" like you do with your friends in college. >> it could have been the meat loaf that made you throw up. >> stephanie: oh just meat loaf just makes me--okay, we were talking about i think the president shepherd moment. we had one earlier in the campaign, i am barack obama and i am president--mitch. he didn't say that part. >> he didn't say mitch. >> stephanie: he was defending susan rice. i don't know why they literally are--this is like picking on girls party. she had nothing to do with this,
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a the president said. let's recap what the president said first yesterday. honestly, there is so much acting out about losing this election in so many ways. coming up we have the six best free-outs over obama's election. they're doing everything they can to hang anything on this administration. >> obama: she made the appearance at the request of the white house in which she gave her best understanding of the intelligence that had been provided to her. if senator mccain and senator graham and others want to go after somebody they should go after me. i'm happy to have that discussion with them. but for them to go after the u.n. ambassador, who had nothing to do with benghazi, and was simply making a presentation
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based on intelligence she had received, and to besmirch her reputation is outrageous. >> now where in there did he say "pick on" pop those were their words. >> stephanie: exactly. and by the way you know who is back to the administration is paul wolwitz. what everybody has said. there were fast-moving events from the middle east. they said this was the intelligence they had at the time. this is lindsay graham yesterday. >> this is about the role she played about four dead americans when it seems to me that the story coming out of the administration, and she's the point person is so disconnected to reality, i don't trust her. the reason why i don't trust her is because i think she knew better, and if she did know
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better she shouldn't be the voice of america. >> i don't trust you because you have a 1970s princess phone ringing in the background. >> that's the ring on my phone. >> stephanie: that's john mccain calling say it nastier nastier. >> no, dear. >> stephanie: like we talked about. >> call her a whore. [ phone ranging ] >> stephanie: we do not have any information that john mccain told him to call her a whore. >> although i wouldn't put it past him. >> stephanie: although, just saying. >> there we go with the hate speech again. >> stephanie: there i go, because i called the rapey republicans the rapey republicans. there was quite a lot of them who had a lot to say about rape, chatty chatty chatty. >> as long as it was legitimate rape, as long as they could shut it down. >> stephanie: women did have a way to shut that whole electoral
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process down, ha-ha. my hate speech again. >> he's just bitter, bless his heart. >> stephanie: the president in other press conference news challenged congressional republicans to let the tax cut drop on the wealthyiest americans. really? are we going to have that discussion again? were they not loud enough for you. >> john hartman, he said, the republicans won big. it looks like a mandate meaning that the americans don't want a balanced approach,. >> stephanie: he campaigned successfully for re-election. contending that this he would use the threat of the fiscal cliff, a modest tax increase on the wealthy would not break their backs. they would still be wealthy.
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this is solvable. >> obama: i think every voter out there understood that that was an important debate, and the majority of voters agreed with me by the way more voters agreed with me on this issue than voted for me. we've got a clear majority of the american people who really if we're serious about debt reduction we have to do in a serious way. are we going to hold america hostage to go ahead and let that happen? >> stephanie: the problem is they keep saying boner he's saying stuff like there is a new bipartisan spirit. [ mumbling like boehner ] >> stephanie: we're going to make job creation more difficult. really? you're just going to continue with the same talking point? the job rates. >> the job creators--
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[ mumbling ] >> stephanie: weren't those tax cuts supposed to expire two years ago? >> stephanie: yes, yes. >> that's too quick for them. >> stephanie: well yeah the president obviously gave in the last time. he said at the time this was an one-time thing. and as you recall he did it at the time because he was--it was over, you know, unemployment. you remember, it was right before christmas and they were going to cut off yeah, any way. economists from both parties say that a return to the recession is likely unless they compromise on the legislation. obama said everybody's taxes will go up including those who when make make less, and as an alternative. i don't know why they don't do this. he suggested paying legislation immediately to pre-event tax hike on everybody's income. >> that would make sense. >> stephanie: a measure that has
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already passed the senate. and he said we should not hold the middle class hostage as we debate tax cuts for the wealthy and we should do what we agreed on, keep middle class. >> that's sounds like a great compromise. but republicans don't want to do that politically because then they have to take a vote on protecting the very richest you know, which is what the real issue is. he was asked why this time would be different with the bush tax cuts. he said, at the time i said what i meant this was an one-time proposition. now this will keep cuts in place but not for those who are half of the fiscal cliff. if they would were interesting in governing they would do that. the president being very gracious. >> obama: my hope is by the end of the year we have a chance to sit down and talk. you know, there are certain aspects of governor romney's record and his ideas that i think could be very helpful.
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well, to give you one example i do think that he did a terrific job running the olympics. i would like to get ideas from him and see if there are some ways we can potentially work together. >> stephanie: if it were me, i would would have said with government money. >> but you're not gracious. >> stephanie: i'm a left wing hate monger. as you know. >> according to sean hannity and brian mulroney. >> stephanie: right. >> cry baby sore losers. >> stephanie: let's do compare and contrast. here is mitt romney in a phone call to downers. >> the president's campaign did was focus on certain members of his base coalition give an extraordinary financial gifts from the government, and then work very aggressively to turn them out to vote. >> e ordinary gifts medicare and social security is stuff we paid into. >> stephanie: i mean really talk like just continuing to be in
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denial. and it's just so insulting. >> bobby jindal took him to task saying romney was dividing america by speaking like that. >> stephanie: i hate to say it, but that and what paul ryan say they continue to have the sort of racism that was underlying the entire campaign. paul ryan saying they won because of urban areas? the president didn't win just in urban areas. it's just so insulting. it's just whining and excuse making. >> cry babies, sore losers. >> stephanie: thank you sean hannity. really that was stunning to me and doubling down on the 47% comment. it's so bitter and its insulting. you know, we have free stuff. that's exactly what rush limbaugh said, oey. more on the press conference in a moment. kids carbonite is how we keep this whole thing running around here. life can be unpredictable.
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that song back. charlene in iowa. hi charlene. >> caller: hawaii. >> stephanie: hawaii, go ahead. >> caller: first iahead--hi, go ahead. >> caller: first i would like to say i love your show. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i want to talk about the superior attitude that the right wing have that they can say any insulting thing about any group they want and then don't under why we don't vote for them. that seems so ridiculous to me. >> stephanie: some sane republicans have pointed out it's not just their policies but their tone. >> you would say that, too if you were a free loader. >> stephanie: it's the tone about women hispanics gay people, you name it. >> caller: exactly. i hope this all comes up in the the 2014 election cycle as talking points so people stay on track. >> stephanie: absolutely. thank you, charlene. >> caller: thank you. >> stephanie: let's go to mickey in south dakota.
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welcome. >> caller: howdy steph. it's my birthday, so it doesn't is a great birthday gift getting through to you. i'm a gay white man in south dakota. >> stephanie: what do you think about straights in the military. we're having a problem with that that. >> caller: first up, who gets all the money left over after the elections the republicans mainly. and the girls in florida and the other girl with petraeus, around here we call them hos. >> stephanie: oh dear. [ laughing ] >> caller: thanks for taking my call. >> stephanie: happy. ♪ it's your birthday ♪ happy birthday ♪ john welcome. >> caller: hey stephanie. i'm just wondering mitt is talking about all these gifts
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that us ordinary people got from our president. >> stephanie: i'm still waiting for mine. >> caller: yeah, that's what i'm getting at, when is he going to give back the gifts that he getting like 57% discount on his income or cayman island tax breaks. >> stephanie: he's getting more gifts than the rest of us are getting. >> obama: i'm more than familiar about the presidential overreach in second terms. we are very cautious about that. on the other hand, i didn't get re-elected just to bask in re-election. i got elected to do work on behalf american families. >> stephanie: yeah, and by the way, i love this headline. [ world news music ] this is the compromise that they are taking about. mitt romney plan.
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>> you know exactly what we want. and that's the compromise. >> stephanie: president obama criticized the suggestion that many of the republicans have proposed. they have suggested raising more revenue via closing more loopholes, obama derided dynamic scoring and claimed that it will occur saying that he would only sort of kind of raise revenue. as he said, the math doesn't work. we had this election, that's what we do in america and they lost. >> and the math worked. >> stephanie: arithmetic and bill clinton and nate silver said. again, it reiterated the president, the republicans would have to agree to raise taxes on the wealthy is the first step in the budget deal that would prevent the fiscal cliff
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[ whatever ] >> stephanie: once again he's more partisan as they are. he said he would be open to tax reform and overhaul, but it's not going to close this deficit by itself. the republicans would have to agree to his top priority. he said what i'm not going to do is further tax cut for folks who don't need it. as he said this was the centerpiece of the campaign. it's not like this didn't come up. >> it should not be a shocked to anybody. >> stephanie: according to a pew pole. [ world news ] more voters would blame republicans than obama if the two side failed to compromise before the fiscal cliff. it's political checkers. i was screaming when he compromised last time. but he was in a different position. now he's taking it to them again and even after an election they
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don't get it. he saidthere are stakes in it for everybody, but as a lot of democrats said if we went over the cliff the republicans know we would have all the leverage and it's not like it would happen all at once. it would be--it's not like people's first paycheck. so just saying it's out there. it's one of the things. >> stinks for everybody. >> exactly. then the bush cats would expire and we would start the discussion over. we'll be right back with representative paul tonko next on "the stephanie miller show." of conservative thoughts and ideals. i'm almost 60 years old. >> stephanie: we'll continue after the break. 29 minutes after the hour. "the stephanie miller show." >>i jump out of my skin at people when i'm upset. do you share the sense of outrage that they're doing this, this corruption based on
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corruption based on corruption. >>i think that's an understatement, eliot. u>> i'm not prone tot. understatement, so explain to me why that is. i think the mob learned from wall st., not vice versa.
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> sound bite: i just found out she's 17 years i don't thinker than me. i knew i shouldn't have done this. i look ridiculous. nonsense, you never looked better. >> stephanie: i hate you. >> what? >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show"." 34 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the number toll free from anywhere. talking about the president's press conference awesome. talking about the fiscal cliff. representative paul tonko joins us now. >> caller: stephanie miller, it's great to be on the show post election and post handing out the gift as soon as what
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about that. how insulting. >> caller: yeah, it just gets crazyier with time. i think people wanted to hear about how we can get through these tough economic times. they wanted to know about fairness. they want to know about justice. they want to know about strengthening the middle class a strong middle class and a strong america. to see this stuff, to talk about the 47% and then buying off people with federal gifts it just--you know, it takes focus. it is such a mission to accomplish, and let's do the academics. >> stephanie: congressman, for him to stand there and say the president won because he gave out free stuff like healthcare that is based on his healthcare plan and no one is getting free healthcare. he talks about kids being able to allowed stay on their parents health plan until age 26 free stuff.
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>> caller: it's ridiculous that it continues. we've got crisis. we have go the fiscal cliff or slope or however you want to nomenclature it out. youthere are things that we can do. you put people provide people the dignity of work and good policy right now. >> stephanie: boy, it's not just bobby jindal, and they're out to blame the voters. if this is all they got look back arrested andbackward and blame the voter. and the president is moving forward and sounding more willing to compromise. the republicans took a drubbing and they're coming forward with mitt romney's tax plan. that's incredible. >> caller: it is, it is. what we have here is this moment of responsiveness where there is
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no mistaking the president won this election with a pretty strong electoral college vote and a very clear margin in the popular vote. some people say it wasn't 70% or 100%. there were people just discontented with message. well, the majority in this democracy of this republic is what rules. and you had a strengthening in the united states tenant for the democratic party and you had a return for a second term for a democratic president. and his message and our message was very strong. it resonated out there provide for fairness for the middle class, continue the middle class tax cut and don't--we can't afford the tax cut for the upper echelon. >> stephanie: rep tough, let merepresentative
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let me ask you a dumb layperson question. can't we pass what we have right now? why can't we do that? is it because the house majority majority? why can't we pass that first. >> caller: that would be the right thing to do and provide for the stability. you know in the short term--long term there are heavy duty issues that have to be resolved but short term keep people walking grow the economy and that provides aggregate demand for good and services. bolster is the economy. the great group of purchase something done by the middle class. you give them that tax cut and it's invested in the regional state, and national economies. >> stephanie: what i'm trying to understand legislatively as the president said yesterday that would get rid of half of the fiscal cliff right there. can we do that? or is it john boehner who is going to stop that?
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>> caller: you see, it's hard to read right now. i think there was somewhat of an acknowledgment by everyone in the house that everybody spoke for that fairness for the middle class. that statement that it appearing to be universally popular i believe is on target, and i would hope we can go forward and do that piece, do that tax cut for the middle class and continue to work away at other pieces. >> stephanie: right, well congressman tonko i guess i want to get your take on this. we've heard a lot so far--first of all, it seems that they're feigning yeah, yeah, we're going to compromise, but either it's mitt romney plan for some other tangent for the rich. and they've suggested going over the clip. i'm reading this piece from reuters saying that that could
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butt levels to where they were in the 90s and they might agree to to a tax deal. there is obviously feeling on both sides. corporate america, but what do you--i know patty murray, dick turban and others have put that out there. do you think we're going to get to that. >> i prefer we don't go over that cliff. that we resolve the middle class tax cut that gives a good bit of the work done, and take the scalpel rather than the axe to the domestic side where nation building begins at home, and we need to do these programs that respond to need. i'm in the northeast i'm looking for the need to respond to hurricane sandy and we have to resolve these issues. there is the squeeze on to fema
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and agencies that would prevent or reduce that human misery out there. >> stephanie: congressman, you know, it's interesting i think while i understand politically that all the leverage would rest with us if in fact, we say go over the cliff let the bush tax cuts expire, but part of it is psychological. business leaders say failure to reach a compromise could prompt them to ship their investments overseas, and businesses sit on more than 1 trillion-dollar on cash rather than putting it to work. certainly the president's point of view is we don't want to go over the cliff right? >> caller: right, it's the less desirable option. it shouldn't be an option. we know what we have to do. we know what the people said yes to. you know, not only did the vote reflect it, but the public opinion surveys went beyond the vote the president got that said they wanted fairness and relief provided to the middle class.
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the bulk of america has said relieve the middle class. and when do you that, i will repeat myself, it spurs the economy. it provide for that confidence when you have that buying power% enhanced for the middle class. they don't go and bank it. america lostthe top they lost banked it or took it offshore. there is a piece that is apparently universally popular and let's get it done. >> stephanie: but again, you know, a we saw some of these most obstructionist tea party republicans were ousted from congress, but there are some still in. if you had to take a guess now how is this going to play out this time? certainly the president has more leverage, but that hasn't mattered in the past. >> caller: well, i was hopeful earlier in the week that, you
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know, i think the tea party numbers slipped a bit. the message obviously sunk in, and the votes--the voting showed that. but now the acrimony that has developed over the light of day over the appointment of a secretary of state is going to drive now more acrimony into this situation. and i'm hoping that that doesn't slow or interrupt the process. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: coming together. we need to come to together. the people want bipartisan, working with their president executive legislative branches. we know there is a crisis here. get it resolved. again it's about the middle class. >> stephanie: paul, there used to be a point where we were all just americans. when something like this happened overseas. chris, i don't know if you have the number handy but the number of americans killed in embassies when george bush was in office.
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do we remember anybody politicizing this on the other side? and you remember after 9/11, the worst security failure on our soil and we were told not to politicize that. and when the paul wolwitz of the world say they're backing up the situation and they're giving the best intelligence they had at the time and they would make this a political football. >> caller: the scrutiny of ms. rice, and the harshness by which they're approaching it is political theater. i think the president showed his very strong leadership yesterday when he came down firm on the way they're trying to work the process and expect and require that it be honorable. >> stephanie: and i guess what i still can't get in my mind
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around representative, you look i look at all the reports that we have thus far. i'm not privy to classify information but there wasn't anything that she said was incorrect. the video may have been part of this. we don't know the entire idea, but where is the scandal here, do you know? >> caller: not at all. it is so driven by political theater, and it seems as though they want to move to step two which is looking at other choices out there. but again, if it impacts negatively upon the negotiations that are essential to get this work done now to an avoid the fiscal cliff it will be regrettable. >> stephanie: absolutely. representative paul tonko, only if we had billions of you in congress is that possible mathematically? >> no. [ laughing ] >> caller: there goes my uniqueness. >> stephanie: thanks for joining us. we appreciate it. >> caller: always a pleasure to
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does the bacon get crumbled in. i haven't tried that. that would be good. how much oil yeah. >> if you have bacon fat why would you use oil. >> stephanie: my mom does a little of both. >> . >> you wouldn't want both. >> stephanie: that's the way my mom does it. >> was your mom a good cook? >> stephanie: yes. do you saute until brown? yes. how much dill? you know what people i can't come to all of your houses. do it to taste. >> why would you put salt on something that has sauerkraut. that would be flower overkill. >> stephanie: don't bother me. >> i need more salt on my anchovies. >> stephanie: i would think bacon. >> i think bacon would take care of the salt. >> stephanie: listen, trust my mom. >> all right, i do. >> stephanie: all right. now we bring you.
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>> take an entire pig and slaughter-- >> stephanie: the recount over obama's re-election. hard to keep track. is it me or are people losing their--bleep-- >> caller: the right wing is. >> stephanie: give me music for this. some of the nation ceos took out their frustration on their employees. this is toddler spinning on their back in the walmart parking lot. nothing has changed from tuesday to thursday, except obama won and they're freaking out. one ceo said a prayer to his employees and then laid off half of them. john schnatte, because his 40,000-square-foot house is not enough. he said they would have to cut hours from employees to pay for the healthcare.
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appleby's franchise the same thing. [ mumbling ] part me. reuters reported a jobs description talking to wealthyiest clients off the ledge in the obama win. one client wanted to turn his assets into gold and bury it in multiple places on his ranch. he managed to talk him out of it but after the election the client was too upset to talk about it. >> someone is listening too much to glenn beck. >> stephanie: ole miss rioted calling out racial slurs. a college in virginia raying violence and racial--blah-blah. a man displayed the american flag upside down because he believes the country is in distress. a texas did the same thing. that's really just supposed to
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be for serious things. >> caller: when george bush was in office, i put the stand upside down. that helped. >> stephanie: world net daily who can count on them. the headline, god has a bigger plan and the search for divine interpretation for obama term. and needed someone to deliver us from the egyptian-like bondage that we find ourselves in. >> what a bunch of morons. >> stephanie: calling for the secession petition to separate from the rest of the country and the maggots who helped secure a second term. 19 states now want to secede. >> good luck with that. won't get any more federal money money. >> stephanie: these i saved because these are in the sad stack. what was fun on monday, sad on thursday. the arizona man whose wife hit him after he failed to vote. she was upset about obama's
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re-election, and he may be permanently disfigured. he sustained a pelvis fracture and possible permanent disfiguration. his wife holly who is reportedly anger about president obama's re-election chased him around the parking lot screaming at him about his neglect at the polling booth. she is by the way six months pregnant with their child. okay this one fairly hard to believe, but a key west business businessman, a gay guy who for years gave to a.i.d.s. help and charities may have taken his own life over a struggling business. they found henry smith hamilton a copy of his living will, do not revive--bleep--obama.
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if barak gets re-elected i'm not going to be around. he was worrying of late over his tanning business and how obama would effect his financial holdings. have we all lost our mind in this country? that is just sad and insane. i have to say it's a really sad footnote that this president has done more to progress gay rights in this country than all the other presidents combined. that's the saddest footnote. >> chuck woolery sent out a tweet cheering on the secessionists. >> stephanie: oh chuck, don't clear them on. >> we'll be back in two and two. [ ♪ music ♪ ]enttventtv
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